- Forbid the opposing group from demonstrating
- Develop contingency plans to address the potentially violent situation
- Revoke the organization’s demonstration permit
- Activate the National Guard
The Correct Answer:
B. Suppose a national organization has been issued a permit to demonstrate at the State Capitol building. But an opposing group threatens to disrupt the demonstration; the public safety officials are concerned that the demonstration may turn violent. In that case, they should develop contingency plans to address the potentially violent situation.
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